Travel Insurance for the CZU Students

Who is the insurance for

  • students who travel abroad for short-term and long-term study stays (Erasmus, CEEPUS, etc.). The outgoing student is obliged to arrange travel insurance for the entire period of the planned mobility.
  • CZU strongly recommends this travel insurance from ERV. Insurance with another insurance company is possible. However, according to the rules of the Erasmus+ programme, CZU requires coverage of the following areas:
    • wherever relevant, travel insurance (including damage or loss of luggage);
    • third party liability (including, wherever appropriate, professional indemnity or insurance for responsibility);
    • accident and serious illness (including permanent or temporary incapacity);
    • death (including repatriation in case of projects carried out abroad).
  • When arranging insurance with an insurance company other than the ERV, the student must count on a significant extension of the travel approval deadline from CZU (due to the necessary verification of compliance with the coverage conditions, CZU reserves the right to react within 45 days).

What are the main benefits

  • insurance tailored for students
  • optimal coverage (from medical insurance up to Safety Assistance)
  • saves time and makes it easier for you to get the right insurance
  • mobile app with your insurance policy
  • guarantees excellent care abroad whenever you need it
  • faster approval of a foreign trip from the CZU office

What to do to arrange the insurance

  • fill out the certificate of travel insurance and pay the premium as instructed in the certificate (bank account number and variable symbol are in the upper right corner)
  • send the proof of payment and filled certificate to:
  • only the certificate confirmed by the insurance company and sent back to you will be the document of your policy
  • the insurance will be governed by Policy Conditions PP-BTI-2007, which you should read before travelling abroad
  • do not forget to download the MojeEvropská mobile app and register your policy

How to behave abroad

  • in any life-threatening situation contact the local emergency services
  • in any other emergency situations contact our Euro-Center assistance services
  • we recommend you to pay the cost of minor treatment in cash, we will reimburse your bills after your return home
  • please report your claims online via

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